Xiaomi Mi4 Offline Sell With The Mobile Store

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Xiaomi Mi4 Offline Sell With The Mobile Store

Chinese smartphone company Xiaomi now prepared to sell their smartphone in offline mode. Xiaomi officially announced for Redmi Note 4G and Xiaomi Mi4 offline sell. Xiaomi has tied up with the mobile store for Xiaomi Mi4 offline sell in Indian market. Redmi Note 4G will also be sold offline with Airtel. Xiaomi managed to make waves in customers with its flash sales per week via Flipkart. The company has now decided to offline sell of Mi4 and Redmi Note with retail chain The Mobile Store.

Price of smartphones on offline stores and online stores will be same. There will be no price change. According to reports, Xiaomi Mi 4 and Redmi Note 4G will be available in The Mobile Store. Firs of all Xiaomi Mi4 offline sell will be via 55 stores of The Mobile store in Delhi NCR. Both smartphone priced at Rs 19,999 and Rs 9,999. The Mobile Store outlets will also work as service centers for the Xiaomi smartphones. According to Manu Jain, head of India operations at Xiaomi:

[pull_quote_center]“This will be the first time that we are getting into offline trade in India. In China, about 20-30% of total sales through come from telecom operator’s stores while the rest comes from our online store of Mi.com.”[/pull_quote_center]

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Xiaomi also teamed up with leading telecom operator Airtel to sell Redmi Note 4G via its stores. Previously some reports are coming about Xiaomi’s own e-commerce store. Xiaomi has started to selling mobile accessories on its own Mi India store. Company is still selling smartphones exclusively via its Indian e-commerce partner Flipkart. By the recent moves of company, it clear that Xiaomi is planning to expand its business in India.

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